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Prioritising Humanitarian Needs UAS in Public Health Sara de la Rosa, UAS Coordinator

Interagency Supply-chain Group (ISG) sara@isg-health.org @sdelarosa84


Interagency Supply-chain Group (ISG)

https://www.usaid.gov/cii/uavs-global-health

UAS Coordination: Hosted since June 2018 by The Global Fund and UNICEF. Partnership of 7 members Website www.isg-health.org


Driving ahead Impact investments Solving transport challenges‌ And opening market opportunities

Credit: D. Sarley, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation


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Credit: UNICEF India

≈ 8% inventory expires / impaired ≈ 20 % stock-outs are common

Credit: UNICEF India, Nepal, Chad Credit: UNICEF India


Interagency Supply-chain Group (ISG)

Overview of Projects UAS projects funded by ISG members around the world

Carribean

India

Senegal Ethiopia Brazil

Liberia

Ghana DRC

Peru

Zambia

Rwanda Kenya Tanzania Malawi Madagascar Mozambique

Fully implemented Ongoing PoC complete Early stage

PNG

Vanuatu


UA can bridge the barrier of immunization and critical medical services

Last Mile Logistics opportunities Credit: Redwing Aerospace Laboratories Papua New Guinea, Feb. 2019


Progress in implementation UA Technology ü BVLOS demonstrators ü e-commerce operations

Regulation / Policy ü Regional and global harmonization

Credit: UNICEF India

Infrastructure Urban and rural UTM & ANSPs distribution hubs + droneports Business sustainability Strategic Public-Private partnerships Operator services Local skills building Credit: UNICEF India, Nepal, Chad Credit: UNICEF India


PACIFIC NATIONS PASO Reform Project underway ü 200m USD investment in aviation infrastructure

Cyclones Volcanic eruptions Earthquakes Tsunamis

ü UAS harmonization for disaster response ü Compliant with ICAO SARPs


PACIFIC NATIONS Vanuatu


PACIFIC NATIONS Vanuatu

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Reduction of stockouts reliability of cold-chain > 30% reduction in time on-demand management

ü 2-way radio communication established with ATC ü transponder / automatic altitude reporting

Robust Trainable Repairable Field redundant 2-way transportation Schedule and service optimized on-demand


INDIA 84% hills & forest 40% live in desert

ß National UAS Policy and digital registration process All 36 states have a min. 20% population hard to reach – both urban and rural 1.4 billion people >65% population below the age of 35 Access is costly - medical delivery heavily reliant on helicopters

73% floods


TANZANIA Tests October 2018

Dual VTOL and fixed-wing - 5 manufacturers - 50-100km - 1-5kg - No crashes

Regulatory presence - 4 UTM providers - CAA from 6 countries - Secret Service - Military


Building a new mobility and delivery paradigm for African markets using cargo drones. Conference, Expo and Challenge - December 2019 www.lakevictoriachallenge.org info@lakevictoriachallenge.org


Reaching the unreachable. Ready to fly with us?

Interagency Supply-chain Group (ISG)

Thank you!

www.isg-health.org Photo Credit: Deliver Future project, https://www.giz.de/en/press/70080.html

Profile for World ATM Congress

Conference Programme Presentation Slides: Prioritising Humanitarian Needs  

From World ATM Conference 2019's Conference Programme Session Two: Drones, UTM and the Services Drone Operators Require 11.10 – 11.25 Though...

Conference Programme Presentation Slides: Prioritising Humanitarian Needs  

From World ATM Conference 2019's Conference Programme Session Two: Drones, UTM and the Services Drone Operators Require 11.10 – 11.25 Though...